Pool Cleaner. Saturday , February 24th , 2018 - 16:23:02 PM
There are a few varieties of automatic pool cleaners. The first is a suctionside pool cleaner. Some pools already have a dedicated pipe for this type of cleaner. It has a long moulded plastic hose that connects a cleaning unit to filter suction, plugged into an intake pipe below the pools skimmer basket. When the suction side unit is connected and the filter is running, the cleaner will move in a random pattern across the floor and sides of the pool. Pulses of water will naturally propel the unit. Brushes are attached to the underside and have the ability to detach particles of debris. Suction carries the debris to the filter.
They can do pools of up to 50 squareorfeet in size and of any shape and form. The ultimate difference between the Aquabot Turbo T and T2, is the tracks system brushes used. The Aquabot Turbo T requires a float to help it make swift turns. The Aquabot Turbo T2 has a splittrack system allowing it to turn faster and in tighter areas such as pool steps. Should you wish to remotely control your robot pool cleaner; the Turbo T4RC will do that for you.
They require a dedicated line for suction or a skimmer outlet is used. They are very good cleaners and can pick up very fine debris in a swimming pool. No separate pump to operate no extra time clock can all relate to more money in parts and higher energy cost. However I feel their not very good in a pool with a large amount of pool debris. The leaves that get sucked up go to a separate canister or to the pool pump basket. The other down side is most tend to do well only in a pool with no deep end more of an even depth such as a play pool.
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